Melissa McCarthy's brutally uncanny portrayal of Sean Spicer on "Saturday Night Live" reportedly rattled President Donald Trump -- and many social media users have suggested another woman to play a top White House official.
The president was apparently angered that Spicer looked weak when he was played by a woman, so a number of Twitter users urged Rosie O'Donnell to take a guest turn as Steve Bannon.
O'Donnell, whom Trump has repeatedly insulted as a "fat pig," said she's ready to serve.
@calvininsf - i am here to serve - alec has trump - melissa has spice - i would need a few days to prepare - so if called - i will be ready— ROSIE (@ROSIE)1486434623.0
@Shop_Politics - i can see it— ROSIE (@ROSIE)1486441993.0
Trump has apparently loathed O'Donnnell since she criticized him in 2006 for not firing a Miss USA winner over drug use and underage drinking when the future president owned the beauty pageant.
The then-reality TV star insulted O'Donnell as a "real loser" and has repeatedly made negative comments about her appearance in the years since, including during a Republican primary debate.
"Probably the Trump stuff was the most bullying I ever experienced in my life, including as a child," O'Donnell said. "It was national, and it was sanctioned societally. Whether I deserved it is up to your own interpretation."